Today feels magical. Nothing remarkable is happening, but it’s truly special. I feel myself wanting to give out compliments to strangers and friends I haven’t seen in a long time, but I might sound a little crazy. “Hey! I love what you’re doing in life. You really seem to be experiencing a full and joyful life!” kind of compliments... That’s not too weird, right? On a whim, I decided to try a new fragrance today and every single breath smells like magic and love and life and I can’t get enough.
I really liked this article. It’s kind of where I’m finding myself now. I’m pretty tired of all the questioning. I think there is value in it, but I don’t really think there are answers to a lot of the questions I’ve been asking. I just want to live my life. So, this is sort of why I’m interested in church again. ➡️ https://www.patheos.com/blogs/keithgiles/2019/03/do-you-want-to-live-a-beautiful-life/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Progressive+Christian&utm_content=43
"You can never know anyone as completely as you want. But that’s okay, love is better." (Caroline Paul)
Here's to continuing to get to know each other, of course, but moreso to showing each other love.
Good night, friends!
It’s here! How are we doing this? we have til the end of the month to read and then discuss? Or discussion along the way? #theliturgistsbookclub
Christian book study
Has anyone read ‘Everybody Always’ by Bob Goff? I haven’t read it yet, but I thought it might be something good for a book club with my still traditionally Christian friends. They’re very much into study groups and I don’t want anything to do with the books they usually choose but I also don’t want to skip out on these friendships.
Our old non-denom church had “hot seat weekend” where the pastor would take questions and answer them without any preparation. It was always the same kinds of things. “What happens when we die?” “What does the Bible say about X?” I just learned that the UU church near me is doing this exact thing this Sunday and I’m really curious to hear not just what they have to say, but how the questions people want to ask might be different.
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